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Cost Fatalities Total Cost: $607M Total Fatalities: 241 Recreation $13M PMV $27M Afloat $19M Shore/Ground/OpMV $34M Recreation 26 Aviation 21 Afloat.

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4 Cost Fatalities Total Cost: $607M Total Fatalities: 241 Recreation $13M PMV $27M Afloat $19M Shore/Ground/OpMV $34M Recreation 26 Aviation 21 Afloat 1 Shore/Ground/OpMV 49 AVIATION $515M PMV FY06 Total Cost and Deaths Navy and Marine Corps PMV 144 (60%) FY 2006

5 (Percentages) Night Weekend Impaired Speed No Seatbelts Fatigue Fatal Factors in Traffic Deaths ( ) FY-06 NHTSA THE FATAL 4

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8 Rolling Down the WindowRolling Down the Window Make the Radio LouderMake the Radio Louder Taking Off Your ShoesTaking Off Your Shoes Eating a SnackEating a Snack Talk Out LoudTalk Out Loud Splashing Cold Water on Your FaceSplashing Cold Water on Your Face Myths about Fatigue: They dont work ! Unfortunately

9 Caffeine Minimal Effect Vigorous Exercise Prevent Fatigue …. AVOID Sugar Plan Rest Stop

10 Cell Phones, Radios, GPS Distractions inside the car cause you to lose situational awareness Distractions inside the car cause you to lose situational awareness Keep as many distracters out of reach as you can Keep as many distracters out of reach as you can Use passengers to help in the car Use passengers to help in the car Use hands-free cell if you have to use it Use hands-free cell if you have to use it If you are distracted…… You are asleep at the wheel ! Keep your attention on the road.

11 TRiPS CliCli Click Here to Access Trips Travel Risk Planning System is now on

12 Online, survey style risk assessment tool Online, survey style risk assessment tool Helps you to plan a safe TRiP Helps you to plan a safe TRiP Empowers leaders to help you mitigate risk when you travel Empowers leaders to help you mitigate risk when you travel Currently 43,000 users are taking advantage of the program Currently 43,000 users are taking advantage of the program Accessible on any computer !!!! Accessible on any computer !!!! –Including your home, as long as you have an NKO account TRiPS

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14 The #1 Lifesaver in a Crash !! The #1 Lifesaver in a Crash !! Front Seat Belts: Mandatory In All 50 States. Front Seat Belts: Mandatory In All 50 States. Make Seat Belt Use a Family Practice Make Seat Belt Use a Family Practice Seatbelt Law

15 41% of crash Death and Injuries occur to unbelted occupants Permanent injuries or paralysis occurs at speeds as low as 15 MPH when unrestrained

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18 Speed Kills When speed increases from 40 to 60mph the crash energy more than doubles! When speed increases from 40 to 60mph the crash energy more than doubles! 33 % of all crashes involve speeding 33 % of all crashes involve speeding Reckless driving is 20mph over the posted limit Reckless driving is 20mph over the posted limit Speed will not save you time if you crash or get stopped for a ticket ! Speed will not save you time if you crash or get stopped for a ticket ! IIHS 2003

19 Nothing will save you if you crash at excessive speeds !

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21 NAVY/MARINE DUI % by age FY-06 NSC 70% 21% 3% 7%

22 drinking and driving results in 1 death every 30 seconds Alcohol related crashes cost the US $94 Million and 17,000 lives per year

23 Your body can only process one drink every two hours. If you drink and you plan to drive:

24 Cost of DUI: (First offence) Minimum fine: $ 390 Penalty Assessment: $ 666 State Restitution Fund: $ 100 Alcohol-Abuse Education Fund: $ 50 Blood or Breath-Testing Fee: $ 37 Jail Cite-and-Release Fee: $ 10 Alcohol-Awareness School: $ 375 License Reissue Fee: $ 100 Attorney Fees (average): $ 2,500 Insurance Increase: $ 3,600 - $6,600 Total $7,828 - $10,828

25 DUI penalties in other countries : Russia License revoked for one year Australia Name in local paper: drunk and in jail Malaysia driver is jailed. If married, wife jailed too South Africa---10 years in prison and $10,000 fine Bulgaria nd conviction: execution El Salvador----1st offence: execution by firing squad

26 Supervisory Error Judgment Error Latent Conditions Human Factors Culture Preconditions Reasons Swiss Cheese Model Mishap Causal Factors Misha p

27 Operational Risk Man a gement Steps Rules Levels

28 3. Make Risk Decisions 4. Implement Controls 5. Monitor 2. Assess Hazards 5 STEPS OF ORM 1.IDENTIFYIDENTIFY HAZARDS

29 4 RULES of ORM 1. Accept risks when benefits outweigh costs. 2. Accept no unnecessary risk. 3. Anticipate and manage risk by planning. 4. Make risk decisions at the right level.

30 3 LEVELS of ORM TIME CRITICAL (Reaction) Decision under duress. Little time for a decision. on the run, snap decision adjusting to identified hazard DELIBERATE (Action) Everyday decision making. decisions to avoid anticipated problems, planning ahead to reduce probability of risk IN DEPTH (Anticipate) Long term planning. Agreed upon decisions based on recurring situations. Usually written or enforce policy.

31 3 LEVELS of ORM IN DEPTH (Analytical) Long term planning. Agreed upon decisions based on recurring situations. Usually written or enforce policy. DELIBERATE (Action) Everyday decision making. decisions to avoid anticipated problems, planning ahead to reduce probability of risk TIME CRITICAL (Reaction) Decision under duress. Little time for a decision. on the run, snap decision adjusting to identified hazard

32 Time Critical ORM Analytical Deliberate Time Critical Time Criticality, People, Tools Execution Phase (Operating zone)

33 Surveys Checklists, Assist Visits Surveys Checklists, Assist Visits Posters, Pamphlets, Tri-folds Posters, Pamphlets, Tri-folds Reports, Presentations, Videos Reports, Presentations, Videos Magazines: Sea & Shore, ORM, Traffic & Rods 24/7 Magazines: Sea & Shore, ORM, Traffic & Rods 24/7 Website Website Resourses

34 Diving Submarine Surface Warfare Explosives Marine Corps Motor Vehicle Hign Risk Training Recreation Tactical Parachuting Aeromedical Aviation Data Culture Workshops Investigations Maintenance Operations School of Aviation Safety Approach Ground Warrior Mech Sea & Shore Traffic 5100 Aviation 3750 Safetyline eNewsletter Diving Safety Lines Flash Ships' Safety Bulletin Approach Vault Art Gallery Clip Art Mech Vault Photo Gallery Videos Magazines Newsletters Galleries Safety Posters Citations Civilian Community Ergonomics Fire Protection Afloat OSH Ground OSH Shore OSH Checklists Downloads Instructions Links Presentations Public Affairs Newsroom/Press Kit Surveys Statistics Studies WESS - On-line Reporting About Training Center Course Catalog PDC Information Quota Request Quota Cancellation Alsafe Messages Awards 2007 Naval Safety Planner Mishap Reduction ORM Safety Tips Seasonal Resources What's New on Our Site Commander Deputy Commander Biographies Mission NSC Strategic Plan Directory Contact Us Resources » Executive Summary » POD Notes, Slogans » Presentations » Safety Toolbox » Statistics » Success Stories » Traffic Safety Toolbox » TRiPS ( Travel Risk Planning System) » Navy » Marines Executive Summary POD Notes Slogans Presentations Safety Toolbox Statistics Success Stories Traffic Safety ToolboxNavyMarines Quick Links » ASCAS » Culture Workshops » FOIA Request Navy / NSC » Friday Funnies » Photo of the Week » Safety School » Safety Surveys » Secure Site (PKI) ASCAS Culture Workshops Navy NSC Friday Funnies Photo of the Week Safety School Safety Surveys Secure Site Traffic Death Update On July 29, an E-3 attached to USS Fort McHenry was killed when he lost control of his vehicle, struck another vehicle and then hit a utility pole in Norfolk. On July 27, a master gunnery sergeant from HQBN / 4th MCD was fatally injured when an oncoming vehicle crossed into his lane and collided head-on with his motorcycle near Twenty Nine Palms, Calif. PMV Stats | PMV Narratives 90 Navy and Marine Corps PMV Deaths FY07 to datePMV StatsPMV Narratives What's New » Your Safety Minute - Mower Safety | Swim Safety » Success Story #131: NSA Mechanicsburg Deploys Innovative Fall Protection » Emergency Response Info for Gas-Electric Hybrid Vehicles: High Voltages » New ORM Special Issue Magazine Now Available » Hornet Safetygram » OPNAVINST E, SOH Program for Forces Afloat » Best Practice #179: Motorcycle Rider Risk Assessment (VFA-143)Mower SafetySwim Safety NSA Mechanicsburg Deploys Innovative Fall ProtectionEmergency Response Info for Gas-Electric Hybrid Vehicles: High Voltages New ORM Special Issue Magazine Now Available Hornet Safetygram OPNAVINST EMotorcycle Rider Risk Assessment Naval Safety Center Work, Play, Live... Safely! August 2, 2007 Site Map | Search Our SiteSite MapSearch Our Site Naval Safety Center 375 A Street Norfolk, VA Contact the Webmaster or Public Affairs Officer Webmaster Public Affairs Officer Last Updated: August 1, 2007 Official Navy Website Official Navy Website This is an official U.S. Navy Web site.This is an official U.S. Navy Web site USA-NAVY1-800-USA-NAVY Please r e a d o u r p ri v a c y p o li c y | li n k d is cl a i m e r | p ri v a c y a d v is o r y | a c c e s si b il it y i n f o p ri v a c y p o li c y li n k d is cl a i m e r p ri v a c y a d v is o r y a c e s si b il it y i n f o AfloatAfloat|Ashore|Aviation|Media|OSH| Acquisition |Services|Training|Popular | StaffAshoreAviationMediaOSHAcquisitionServicesTrainingPopularStaff Got a time saver? A good idea? A brainstorm? A proven program? 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On July 27, a master gunnery sergeant from HQBN / 4th MCD was fatally injured when an oncoming vehicle crossed into his lane and collided head-on with his motorcycle near Twenty Nine Palms, Calif. PMV Stats | PMV Narratives 90 Navy and Marine Corps PMV Deaths FY07 to datePMV StatsPMV Narratives What's New » Your Safety Minute - Mower Safety | Swim Safety » Success Story #131: NSA Mechanicsburg Deploys Innovative Fall Protection » Emergency Response Info for Gas-Electric Hybrid Vehicles: High Voltages » New ORM Special Issue Magazine Now Available » Hornet Safetygram » OPNAVINST E, SOH Program for Forces Afloat » Best Practice #179: Motorcycle Rider Risk Assessment (VFA-143)Mower SafetySwim Safety NSA Mechanicsburg Deploys Innovative Fall ProtectionEmergency Response Info for Gas-Electric Hybrid Vehicles: High Voltages New ORM Special Issue Magazine Now Available Hornet Safetygram OPNAVINST EMotorcycle Rider Risk Assessment Naval Safety Center Work, Play, Live... Safely! August 2, 2007 Site Map | Search Our SiteSite MapSearch Our Site Naval Safety Center 375 A Street Norfolk, VA Contact the Webmaster or Public Affairs Officer Webmaster Public Affairs Officer Last Updated: August 1, 2007 Official Navy Website Official Navy Website This is an official U.S. Navy Web site.This is an official U.S. Navy Web site USA-NAVY1-800-USA-NAVY Please read our privacy policy | link disclai mer | privacy advisor y | accessi bility info privacy policy link disclai mer privacy advisor y accessi bility info AfloatAfloat|Ashore|Aviation|Media|OSH| Acquisition |Services|Training|Popular | StaffAshoreAviationMediaOSHAcquisitionServicesTrainingPopularStaff Got a time saver? A good idea? A brainstorm? A proven program? Use our submission form to share it with your shipmates. submission form Navy News Stand Articles » Northwest Sailors Learn Safe Kayaking »Critical Days of Summer Off to Deadly Start » Surveys Keep Squadrons Thinking About SafetyNavy News Stand Articles » Northwest Sailors Learn Safe Kayaking »Critical Days of Summer Off to Deadly Start » Surveys Keep Squadrons Thinking About Safety Naval Safety Center Web Site 1 million hits per month 1 million hits per month Worldwide access Worldwide access Single source for Navy Safety materials Single source for Navy Safety materials 2 nd most viewed Navy Web site 2 nd most viewed Navy Web site Hundreds of Links Hundreds of Links

35 Motorcycle Instructor Training Motorcycle Instructor Training AAA Automobile Instructor and Student Training AAA Automobile Instructor and Student Training EVOC-Emergency Vehicle Operators Course EVOC-Emergency Vehicle Operators Course Holiday and Requested lectures, Briefs, Training sessions Holiday and Requested lectures, Briefs, Training sessions Training

36 Scheduled conferences with local Motor vehicle safety organizations, Law enforcement, Safety managers Scheduled conferences with local Motor vehicle safety organizations, Law enforcement, Safety managers –Click-it or Ticket –Arrive Alive –Drive for Life –Mid-Atlantic Partnership Campaign –NHTSA Drive safe holiday campaigns –MADD-Mother Against Drunk Driving –Critical Days of Summer Community Involvement

37 Future PMV Initiatives: Driver History Profile Initiative Driver History Profile Initiative Smith-System Driver Training Smith-System Driver Training Daytime Running Lights Daytime Running Lights Motorcycle Skill-Enhanced Rider Course Motorcycle Skill-Enhanced Rider Course Driver training continuum Driver training continuum Trainer Motorcycles Trainer Motorcycles Improved Mentorship program Improved Mentorship program Revitalized Personal Risk Management Revitalized Personal Risk Management DBAT: Driver Behavior Assessment Tool DBAT: Driver Behavior Assessment Tool TRiPS: Traffic Related Personnel Safety TRiPS: Traffic Related Personnel Safety

38 High Winds Freezing Rain Low Visibility Sheet Ice Snow Sleet Cold ! Dense Fog Driving Conditions

39 Winter Driving Kit Roll of paper towels Flashlight (and extra batteries) Blanket Extra clothing First aid kit Emergency" food and water Bag of sand or salt (or kitty litter) Snow shovel Snow brush/Ice scraper Jumper cables Warning devices Knife

40 NUMBER OF FATALITIES Navy/Marine PMV Fatalities PMV4 15 PMV2 7 PED PMV4 23 PMV2 3 PED PMV4 25 PMV2 6 PED PMV4 21 PMV2 5 PED As of 30 Sep 07 NSC 91 PMV4 44 PMV2 9 PED PMV4 37 PMV2 5 PED

41 Navy and Marine FY08 PMV Fatalities NSC NAVYNAVY USMCUSMCPMV4 3 4PMV2 2 4PED 0 TOTAL58TOTAL: 13

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